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|Title||St Joseph's Industrial School fonds, 1 Jan-June 1886|
|Section||Section IV: Religion & Empire|
|Document Type||Manuscript, Correspondence|
|Names||Reverend E. Claude [acting principal], Reverend A Lacombe (ff45, 68, 82), Inspector Wadsworth (f79), John Little (f82)|
|Places||Canada, Calgary, Dunbow, High River, Regina, Gleichen (f76), Winnipeg (f76), Sarcee Reerve (f88)|
|Topics||male writers, letter book, education, school for Native Americans, St Joseph's Industrial School, Department of Indian Affairs, request for school supplies, letter-press (f26), mission expenses (f11), agriculture, Farming Instructor (ff13, 79), cows (f20), crops (ff20, 35, 59), need for more agricultural staff (f70), nominal roll (f40), Cree (f40), Carpentry Instructor (ff42, 45), salary, rations (ff45, 67, 82), health and disease, dirty water (f65), Merchants Bank (f76), resignation (f82), land purchase (f83), school fees (f90), expenditure (f94)|